Membership is open to individuals and organisations invovled in delivery of Australian and international development assistance on a contract basis.
Applications for membership are assessed by the Executive with a condition of membership the acceptance of and adherence to the IDC Code of Conduct. There are currently no membership fees, however the Executive is reviewing this to ensure service and value can be realised.
Members benefit from an evolving and collegiate community focussed on delivering quality development outcomes.
As a collective, the IDC seeks to be an active voice to advocate for good practice and influence policy and implementation.
Listed here are the organisations who are members of the IDC. We have and continue to welcome individuals as members, however it is not practical to list all individual members.
- Adam Smith International
- ANU Enterprise
- Assai Consult
- Australian Volunteers International
- Burnet Institute
- Cardno Emerging Markets
- Charles Darwin University
- Coffey International Development
- Land Equity International
- Norton Rose
- Nossal Institute for Global Health
- Oxford Policy Management
- Reeves International
- UQ International Development